The reality TV shows sees celebrities take on a variety of winter sports, including ski jumping, downhill skiing, ski cross, and bobsleigh.
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Wiggins will be taking part in the fourth series of the show, but the last series hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons after a succession of serious injuries, including a broken back for former gymnast Beth Tweddle, and a broken ankle, dislocated elbow, and dislocated shoulder for other contestants.
However Wiggins doesn’t seem to have been put off swapping two wheels for two skis, saying that he sees the show as “a sporting challenge” that he wants to “go out there and win”.
Wiggins will be joined by Paralympic cycling and athletics gold medallist Kadeena Cox, as well as 12 other celebrities.
The transmission date for the show is yet to be announced.